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post #13831 of 23152
What about the smelly mids and the lack of isolation?
Edited by 3X0 - 5/26/13 at 2:27pm
post #13832 of 23152
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What about them? The D7000 is a bass and treble oriented headphone. If I wanted more mids, I'd get a headphone that specializes in mids. As for isolation, I personally couldn't care less about that. I'd be just as happy if the D7000 was open with the same sound.
post #13833 of 23152
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What about them? The D7000 is a bass and treble oriented headphone. If I wanted more mids, I'd get a headphone that specializes in mids. As for isolation, I personally couldn't care less about that. I'd be just as happy if the D7000 was open with the same sound.

Rev 1 or Rev 2?

If you're talking about Rev 2, you'll love Rev 1.
post #13834 of 23152
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I owned both, I loved both. The changes arent as significant as people think. They're both quite sub bass heavy, with sparkly treble, and mids that are slightly recessed, but unhampered by mid bass.

If the lawton pads attempt to reduce bass, it's an absolute failure to me. Why the hell would anyone try to take away what makes Denons...Denons? Get an LCD2 if you want better mids while retaining some (SOME) good bass.

Nothing can touch the D7000 to me. The fact everyone says the two new Fostex have less bass, means they aren't as memorable to me.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 5/26/13 at 2:43pm
post #13835 of 23152
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I owned both, I loved both. The changes arent as significant as people think. They're both quite sub bass heavy, with sparkly treble, and mids that are slightly recessed, but unhampered by mid bass.

If the lawton pads attempt to reduce bass, it's an absolute failure to me. Why the hell would anyone try to take away what makes Denons...Denons? Get an LCD2 if you want better mids while retaining some (SOME) good bass.

Nothing can touch the D7000 to me. The fact everyone says the two new Fostex have less bass, means they aren't as memorable to me.

 

Sounds to me like your ears are subconsciously thriving for the D7000's bass! biggrin.gif

 

I wish I was lucky enough to try them... let alone afford them. tongue_smile.gif

post #13836 of 23152
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I've always wanted them again. But I've been pushing this want aside in favor of trying new things.

Im half temoted on cancelling my pre order of the Kingsound stats.
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I've always wanted them again. But I've been pushing this want aside in favor of trying new things.

Im half temoted on cancelling my pre order of the Kingsound stats.

 

I agree on trying new things, especially in your position. Still, you should own your favorite can. I mean... it is your favorite, right? With all the help you guys have given me, I have personally assigned myself as the person that will try to add that final convincing for you to go back to your precious babies.

post #13838 of 23152
I must confess the D7000 is rather special for gaming and movies. I'd say for this category it's subjectively more enjoyable than any headphone I've tried so far when weighting immersion in with spatial representation. This includes the 650/701/880 trio and AT's closed back portfolio. The response and presentation is just eerily similar to a nice speaker arrangement.

Nonetheless, using them for music makes me realized how accustomed I am to intoxicating mids. I'm having a hard time deciding whether or not to keep them.

I hope you try the Fidelio X1.
post #13839 of 23152

Try and review the akg k550 because the sound stage and directional sound ques from it are amazing.


Edited by lltfdaniel - 5/26/13 at 4:39pm
post #13840 of 23152
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I demoed the K550 a few times and thought they sounded like crap. If I review them, its gonna come from a loaner, and I don't expect to like it all that much.
Edited by Mad Lust Envy - 5/26/13 at 5:08pm
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I demoed the K550 a few times and thought they sounded like crap. If I review them, its gonna come from a loaner, and I don't expect to like it all that much.

 

They had an odd seal when I demoed them. Once I got them to seal properly I thought it was ok. But it didn't have any major presence in any area and no overall strong points from what I heard. Plus, to get that seal I had to press the pads against my face. It was a really loose fit, which is odd considering that "one size fits all" hats are too small for me.

post #13842 of 23152
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I just found them a bit lifeless, dry and artificial sounding in the treble.

Might work well for competitive gaming, but I want enjoyment too.
post #13843 of 23152
The K550s just don't have enough bass.
post #13844 of 23152
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The Q701 is a lot more enjoyable to me. And they aren't particularly bassy.
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The Q701 is a lot more enjoyable to me. And they aren't particularly bassy.

 

I whole heartedly agree. If someone wants a great closed set, the Mad Dogs deliver. I'm running the 3.1 and I absolutely love them as my closed set. Now I just need to find a complimentary IEM to my HF3, pick up Annie pads, and I should be set for a while.

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